You know that the police are looking at social media when they are investigating cases. What you may not know is whether they are allowed to do this with or without your consent or a warrant. So, here is what you should know:
- Content posted on public sites and accounts are considered evidence “in plain view” because anyone who has Internet access and access to sites like Facebook can see it. There are no viewing restrictions so the police are free to scour this without a warrant.
- When content is posted on a private account, like a private Facebook account that is only viewable to the user and his or her Facebook friends, then the police need a search warrant to gain viewing access.
Just like it is advisable to use discretion when posting content on social media because a person is weary about employers seeing it, it is advisable to use discretion so that it never lands you in legal trouble with the law. Social media has aided the police in many cases, do not let that be the case for you.
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Some people believe that if they witness a crime, they must report it to the police; if they do not, they themselves are committing a crime. Actually though, in most cases, this is not true. A person may feel the moral obligation to report the crime, but they do not have a legal obligation to do so.
However, California does have mandatory reporting laws for certain people and situations. This applies to people in certain professions, like teachers, therapists, social workers, and medical professions, to name a few. If they suspect abuse against the people they are caring for, they are required to report this to the police.
Back to the general rule: if you are an ordinary citizen and you see someone stealing from a store, you are not required to report it. It may be on your conscience, but the police cannot arrest you for not telling them about the incident. If someone else reported the incident, the police may want to question you and get the details of what you may have witnessed. They still will not arrest you for not reporting the crime yourself.
Because social media is such a huge part of social culture now, police departments are ramping up units and departments who are dedicated solely to scouring social media for dangers. Social media is where individuals, organizations, and companies, share their personal lives and thoughts. It is a major means of communication. It is meant to be a place of lighthearted fun, not a place of threats and danger.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department recently announced their new unit that will investigate terror threats made online and directed towards Southern California. Members of this unit search social media based on orders from their sergeant and analyze the information to determine if they need to take greater action. There are many real and unreal threats made online. In sum,
social media can produce evidence to lead to an arrest.
Once the arrest is made, the defendant will attend an arraignment hearing to learn what his or her bail is, if any. If bail is granted, the defendant can post 100% bail or for a more affordable method, reach out to Pacheco Bail Bond Store. We provide affordable bail bonds to help you or your loved one be bailed out of any California jail. Feel free to contact us online or by phone at 925-228-5858 to learn more. Consultation with one of our friendly bail agents is always FREE. Inquire about our zero down bail bonds and bail bond discount we offer along with your other questions. They will be more than happy to assist you.
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Some people may not know this, but the police actually do need a warrant to search your cell phone. Just like your car or your home, your cell phone is your personal property and can contain extremely sensitive information. Think about what you use your cell phone for everyday: text messages, photos, social media, email, web surfing, and more.
If the police want to search through your phone usage and content, they need a warrant, unless you give them permission to do so without a warrant. Also, so you are aware, the police are not allowed to delete anything off your phone.
You have the right to tell a police officer that they cannot search your phone unless they have a warrant. If they come back with one and end up arresting you, you also have the right to remain silent, the right to have a lawyer, and the right to bail. Have a loved one of yours contact Martinez Bail Bond Store so you can get your bail bond posted faster than you could with cash bail.
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In general, the public has less authority than the police. However, police authority can only go so far. They have certain boundaries and restrictions they must work within. In the instance that they make an arrest beyond the scope of their powers, they have made a false arrest and can get in trouble for it.
For example, a police officer makes an arrest based on another person’s statement. The court granted the police a warrant for this arrest. Later, it is revealed that the person lied. The person who was arrested is freed, and no false arrest was made.
However, if a person insults an officer and the officer takes it personally, arresting this individual would be false and wrong. This civilian did not commit a crime and they could take the police officer to court over the matter.
In regards to all persons who are arrested, bail bonds are available to get you or a loved one out of jail so that you can return home, go back to work, and better prepare yourself for court.
To learn more about bail and bail bonds, please contact Martinez Bail Bond Store online or at 925-228-5858. Consultation with one of our helpful bail agents is FREE. Don’t hesitate to ask any bail-related questions you may have. Ask about our no down payment bail bonds and discounts we offer as well. They will be more than glad to assist you. Feel free to call us anytime, we’re open 24/7 (including holidays).
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We all know by now that what happens on TV shows and movies is not exactly how things would happen in real life. When it comes to crime dramas, the storylines are often over exaggerated because the producers want ratings. Similar situations in real life will not be as dramatic as they are on TV. There is also a lot of tricky, detailed, and confusing information that gets left out from the entertainment versions.
On TV, what you do see is someone getting arrested for a crime, then that person appearing in court. What you often do not see is what happens in between those two events; the bail process.
A defendant can actually post bail after they are booked and arraigned. Posting bail means they can pay thousands of dollars and promise to show up for court so they can leave jail and return home to live. If they are out on a bail bond, they make regular payments according to a customized schedule and they still promise to show up for court. This time out on bail can be weeks, months, even a year or two.
This is what they do not show you on television. The whole arrest-to-court process does not really happen in one day. However, posting bail with Martinez Bail Bond Store is fast.
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Like any money that is yours, give extra thought into what you want to do with your tax return when it comes in. Will you save or invest it? Can you afford to splurge and treat yourself to something nice? Do you need to use it to pay off rent, bills, or your bail bond payments?
If you find that you have been a little tight on money in the last few weeks and months before your tax return came in, then spending this money wisely is exactly what you should be thinking about. Getting arrested and posting bail with a bail bond could be the reason your money has been stretched a thinner than usual. You know you need to pay your bail bond payments on time, so use your tax return to catch up or even get ahead.
Contra Costa Statewide Bail Bonds will help you keep track of your bail bond payments and see you through the entire process. Contra Costa Statewide Bail Bonds is going to be a big support system for you through this time, so lean on us and ask questions anytime. One of our helpful bail agents will be ready to assist you as soon as you call. You can reach us 24/7 both online and at 925-228-5858. We’re here for you!
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If you think that you can get away without paying for your parking tickets, think again. The longer you put off paying your parking tickets, the more likely the police are going to issue a warrant for your arrest. If you keep piling on those unpaid tickets, that warrant is going to come for you and you may not even know it.
If you find yourself slipping into this predicament, you can actually contact Concord Bail Bond Store, because we can do a free, anonymous warrant check in most California counties. If you are not showing up as a wanted person, that is great, and we recommend you pay off that ticket immediately. If your name does pop up though, we can chat about your bail options. Then you will need to turn yourself in and pay those tickets.
Checking for arrest warrants is a lesser known service that we offer, as our primary service is bail bonds, which we will also definitely assist you with as well. Whenever you need bail help in California or if you need to check for a warrant, you can count on Concord Bail Bond Store.
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It is not the end of their world when a person is arrested. It will seem like it to them, but it is up to their friends, family members, and Avon Bail Bond Store to show them that it is not.
An arrest is a temporary, unplanned event. If it happens, there is no getting out of it. It must be dealt with maturely, responsibly, and hopefully, very quickly. Avon Bail Bond Store will help with the speediness of it all by providing an affordable bail bond and a customized payment plan that fits the financial needs of those involved with the payments.
Avon Bail Bond Store has been in the bail bond industry for 30 years and we have helped thousands of people in all kinds of situations. Today, many of our former clients are happy and successful; they managed to bury that troubled time in the past and move on.
Getting past this situation will take time, but it will happen. People just need to keep their heads up and provide support, just like Avon Bail Bond Store will for anyone and everyone who needs our services.
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Heroes come unexpected and unannounced. They save the day when it seems like all hope is lost. Most often, heroes are fictional characters like Batman and Iron Man, but once in a while, they are real people helping you at your most desperate moments.
Say you get a sudden, frightening phone call and learn that your loved one had been arrested. He or she is stressed and frantic, which makes you stressed and frantic. However, you are able to do so much more for them than they can do for themselves at that moment. If you are not really sure what to expect, you can talk to one of the bail agents at Martinez Bail Bond Store. Right away, you will be blown away by how much we care and truly want to help. After a few hours of our hard work, your loved one is out of jail.
See, your Martinez Bail Bond Store agent saved the day; he or she is your hero and you are your loved one’s hero. If you ever need a bail bond and a hero, you can rely on Martinez Bail Bond Store. You can contact us online or by phone at 925-228-5858. Consultation is FREE, so talk to one of our helpful bail agents to get your bail-related questions answered. Don’t forget to inquire about cheap bail bonds and discounts we offer as well. We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (including holidays), call us anytime!
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